Harvey Family Tree 2018-04-30

Edward Benjamin Waldron HarveyAge: 67 years18921959

Name
Edward Benjamin Waldron Harvey
Given names
Edward Benjamin Waldron
Surname
Harvey
Birth April 1, 1892 50 42
Stephenson Street, Yuleba, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.612986 Longitude: E149.381692

Address: Stephenson Street
Birth of a brotherRichard Harvey
August 1, 1894 (Age 2 years)
Stephenson Street, Yuleba, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.612986 Longitude: E149.381692

Address: Stephenson Street
Christening of a brotherRichard Harvey
1894 (Age 21 months)
Yuleba, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.61393 Longitude: E149.37988

Death of a maternal grandfatherAlfred Benjamin Waldron
September 27, 1910 (Age 18 years)
Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.569448 Longitude: E148.783762

Birth of a daughter
#1
Shirley Morris Harvey
April 4, 1920 (Age 28 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Emma Gertrude Harvey
July 4, 1921 (Age 29 years)
Pickanjinnie, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.462184 Longitude: E149.096114

Birth of a son
#3
Edward Harvey
January 2, 1923 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#4
William John (Billy) Harvey
October 21, 1927 (Age 35 years)
Wallumbilla, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.4838 Longitude: E149.24952

Death of a fatherJonathan Harvey
January 18, 1928 (Age 35 years)
Wallumbilla, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.4838 Longitude: E149.24952

Birth of a daughter
#5
Milverton Muriel (Babe) Harvey
July 19, 1929 (Age 37 years)
Wallumbilla, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.4838 Longitude: E149.24952

Death of a sisterMaria Harvey
August 4, 1936 (Age 44 years)
Burial of a sisterMaria Harvey
August 1936 (Age 44 years)
Death of a brotherJohn William Harvey
August 3, 1939 (Age 47 years)
Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.569448 Longitude: E148.783762

Burial of a brotherJohn William Harvey
August 1939 (Age 47 years)
Roma Cemetery, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.580365 Longitude: E148.796393

Death of a motherEmma Waldron
September 9, 1940 (Age 48 years)
Greenslopes, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.513029 Longitude: E153.046374

Death of a brotherAlfred Waldron Harvey
April 12, 1949 (Age 57 years)
Roma Hospital, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.56857 Longitude: E148.775708

Burial of a brotherAlfred Waldron Harvey
April 1949 (Age 57 years)
Roma Cemetery, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.580365 Longitude: E148.796393

Death of a sisterEmma Mary Susan A Harvey
1954 (Age 61 years)
Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.559821 Longitude: E151.95067

Burial of a sisterEmma Mary Susan A Harvey
1954 (Age 61 years)
Toowoomba Cemetery, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.577316 Longitude: E151.918459

Death of a wifeMorris Muriel “Moss” Miers
February 12, 1957 (Age 64 years)
Cause: Heart failure
Burial of a wifeMorris Muriel “Moss” Miers
February 14, 1957 (Age 64 years)
Death October 8, 1959 (Age 67 years)
Roma Hospital, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S26.56857 Longitude: E148.775708

Burial October 10, 1959 (2 days after death)
Address: Wallumbilla North Road
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father
mother
Marriage: May 3, 1869Beechworth, Indigo, Victoria, Australia
13 months
elder brother
John William Harvey
Birth: May 28, 1870 28 20Albury Road, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 3, 1939Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
19 months
elder sister
22 months
elder brother
Alfred Waldron Harvey
Birth: November 15, 1873 31 24Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Death: April 12, 1949Roma Hospital, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
21 months
elder sister
2 years
elder brother
George Henry Harvey
Birth: August 9, 1877 35 27Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Death: February 18, 1878Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
15 months
elder sister
Sarah Harvey
Birth: November 11, 1878 36 29Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Death: March 24, 1885Myall Lagoons, Wallumbilla, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
22 months
elder sister
23 months
elder sister
Caroline Dowcett Harvey
Birth: August 14, 1882 40 32Ovens District, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Death: October 25, 1963Wynnum, Moreton Bay, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
18 months
elder brother
Joseph Waldron Harvey
Birth: February 27, 1884 41 34Chadford, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Death: October 25, 1963Ipswich, Queensland, Australia
2 years
elder sister
3 years
elder sister
Harriet Hannah Harvey
Birth: October 18, 1889 47 39Chadford, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Death: February 26, 1961Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
2 years
himself
2 years
younger brother
Richard Harvey
Birth: August 1, 1894 52 44Stephenson Street, Yuleba, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Death: August 28, 1983Millers Road, Underwood, Logan, Queensland, Australia
Family with Morris Muriel “Moss” Miers - View this family
himself
wife
daughter
Shirley Morris Harvey
Birth: April 4, 1920 28 20Glesona Nursing Home, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Death: May 1, 1993Roma Hospital, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
15 months
daughter
Emma Gertrude Harvey
Birth: July 4, 1921 29 21Pickanjinnie, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Death: July 5, 1997Roma Hospital, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
18 months
son
Edward Harvey
Birth: January 2, 1923 30 23Glesona Nursing Home, Roma, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Death: July 22, 1997Stanthorpe, Queensland, Australia
daughter
Private
son
Private
son
William John (Billy) Harvey
Birth: October 21, 1927 35 28Wallumbilla, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Death: June 12, 1992Gatton Hosp, Gatton, Queensland, Australia
21 months
daughter
Milverton Muriel (Babe) Harvey
Birth: July 19, 1929 37 29Wallumbilla, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
Death: October 5, 1975Wallumbilla, Roma District, Queensland, Australia
daughter
Private
son
Private

Burial

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Shared note

24 Sep 1914 in A.I.F. HARVEY, Private Edward Benjamin Waldron, No. 113, C Squadron. Age at enlistment: 22. Religion: CE. Single. Farmer, of Rose Farm, Wallumbilla, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; Jonathan Harvey, of Rose Farm, Wallumbilla, Queensland. Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Private. Transferred to Anzac Provost Corps, 26 Apr 1916. Discharged Notes: (P/3(DD)LH) Australian Military Units 5th Light Horse Regiment The 5th Light Horse Regiment was raised in Brisbane in September 1914, entirely from men who had enlisted in Queensland, and became part of the 2nd Light Horse Brigade. Sailing from Sydney on 21 December 1914, the regiment disembarked in Egypton 1 February 1915. The light horse were considered unsuitable for the initial operations at Gallipoli, but were subsequently deployed without their horses to reinforce the infantry. The 2nd Light Horse Brigade landed in late May 1915 and was attached to the 1stAus tralian Division. The 5th Light Horse played a defensive role for most of the campaign but was involved in several minor attacks. It left the peninsula on 20 December 1915. Back in Egypt, the 2nd Light Horse Brigade became part of the ANZAC Mounted Division and in February 1916 joined the forces defending the Suez Canal from a Turkish advance across the Sinai Desert. The 5th Light Horse’s main activity in the Sinai was long-range patrolling, but it was involved in several small engagements during August, as the Turks retreated after their defeat at Romani. The ANZAC Mounted Division advanced into Palestine in late December 1916. The 5th’s work predominantly continued to be patrols and raids until the advance stalled before the Turkish bastion of Gaza. The regiment participated in all three battles aimed at capturing the town, most notably the first abortive attempt on 27 March 1917. On this occasion the 5th attacked Gaza from the rear and was fighting its way through streets and gardens when ordered to withdraw. With the fall of Gaza on 7 November 1917, the Turkish position in southern Palestine collapsed. The 5th was involved in the pursuit that followed, and then spent much of the first half of 1918 holding the west bank of the Jordan River. Duringthi s time it was involved in the Amman (24–27 February) and Es Salt (30 April–4 May) raids, both of which were tactical failures but helped to convince the Turks that the next offensive would be launched across the Jordan. Instead, the offensive was launched along the coast in September 1918, with the 5th taking part in a subsidiary effort east of the Jordan. It attacked at Amman on 25 September, and on 29 September 4,500 Turks surrendered to just two squadronsfro m the regiment at Ziza. Turkey surrendered on 31 October 1918, but the 5th Light Horse was employed one last time to assist in putting down the Egyptian revolt of early 1919. It sailed for home on 28 June 1919.